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mc² is a free service offered to researchers at Uppsala University and SLU, and to local companies.
Our aim is to help with all parts of the process of mathematical modelling, from formulating a mathematical problem and model building to trouble-shooting and analysis of methods and models already in use. Our areas of expertise are mathematics, statistics and scientific computing.
Constructing mathematical models. We can help you formulate problems in mathematical language and build a mathematical model. We have experience in modelling systems in physics, chemistry, biology and even the social sciences.
Solving mathematical models: numerical analysis, mathematical analysis, simulations, computer implementations and parallel computing.
Choosing numerical methods to solve linear and non-linear systems of equations, optimization, solving ordinary and partial differential equations, approximation, interpolation, numerical integration and differentiation.
Statistical analysis of scientific data, statistical and stochastic models, computer intensive statistical methods and data mining.
Choosing software libraries, languages, environments to use: C++, Java, Fortran, MATLAB, FEMLAB, MPI, OpenMP etc.
We do not offer complete solutions (unless the problems are very small). What we can do with larger problems is first of all to recommend an approach. We can also let you know if (parts of) the problem could be solved as a project in a course, or as an M.Sc. thesis project. Particularly challenging problems could also lead to new interdisciplinary research projects.
If your problem is related to high performance computing (HPC) you are welcome to contact any of the application experts at UPPMAX. UPPMAX is Uppsala University's resource of high-performance computers and know-how of high-performance computing (HPC).
The consultants are a team of graduate students from the Division of Scientific Computing at the Department of Information Technology, Uppsala University, and the Department of Mathematics, Uppsala University. The student team is aided by faculty members of the Centre for Interdisciplinary Mathematics, and is currently coordinated by Elisabeth Larsson.
Read more about our consultants and their expertise.
Graduate students can take mc² as a course. For more information on this, see the course home page.
If possible, please write in English since we form a mixed language group.